Social Media Calendar: March 2020

Need an easy way to grow your practice’s social media presence? Use the ready-to-go posts and ideas below to update your pages every day.

Don’t get lost in the hundreds of metrics available; only track those that are important to your practice’s social media objectives (eg, new clients, follower count, website clicks).

This Week:
March 30 - April 05

MON

30

"Some people talk to animals. Not many listen though. That's the problem." ― A.A. Milne

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Tip:

Don’t get lost in the hundreds of metrics available; only track those that are important to your practice’s social media objectives (eg, new clients, follower count, website clicks).

Tip:

Don’t get lost in the hundreds of metrics available; only track those that are important to your practice’s social media objectives (eg, new clients, follower count, website clicks).

TUE

31

Although it is common for dogs to eat grass, it may be a sign that a change in diet or exercise is needed. http://bit.ly/2FrnWra

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WED

01

Do you know what animal abuse or neglect actually looks like? Learn the signs to look for and what steps to take. http://bit.ly/2SRbIhK

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THU

02

Uber for your pet? http://bit.ly/38omlPF

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FRI

03

A microchip reunited this service dog with his beloved human. http://bit.ly/38mCvJj

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SAT

04

Prevent heartbreak and save lives by making sure your pet has an up-to-date ID. http://bit.ly/31LVFGj

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SUN

05

Taking daily walks with your dog (or cat) is good for your mental and physical health during these uncertain times. http://bit.ly/2OLNPa7

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